A party without Sushi is a meeting and making Sushi as heaven is an art. Sushi is a Japanese dish made of vinegared rice with some salt and sugar along with ingredients such as Seafood and often raw vegetables also.

How is Sushi made?

A traditional Sushi is made of medium-grain white rice with seafood such as eel, squid, salmon, tuna, yellowtail or imitation crab meat. It can be made vegetarian also.

Traditional Sushi

Ingredients for Sushi Rice– 2 cup white dry rice, 2 cup cold water, ¼ vinegar(rice), 2 ¼  tbsp sugar, 2 tsp salt.

Recipe for rice

Rinse the rice with clear water in a fine sieve

Mix water and right together in a saucepan and boil them for 15 minutes.

After 15 minutes, mix sugar, vinegar and salt until the sugar gets dissolved.

Cool down the rice before using it in the Sushi.

Ingredients for Sushi– Nori, sushi rice, bamboo mat and fillings(eel, tuna or whatever you want).

Recipe for Sushi

Place your nori on the bamboo rolling mat.

Cover about ⅔ of the nori with almost  ⅓ – ½ sushi rice.

Place whatever sushi filling you want to fill in a nice line, about ⅓ of the rice.

Now roll the filing.

Next take a bamboo mat and gently pull the lower section with just ⅓ rice up over the filing.

Continue rolling the sushi and pull the mat straight away to coax a nice roll.

Once the roll is completely rolled, pull the mat with the roll and press firmly into the position the Sealing the roll to nori

Now cut your rolls using a large knife and your sushi is ready.

Western Sushi


1 ¼ cup raw white rice.

1 ¼ cup water.

½ red wine vinegar

1 tsp salt

⅓ avocado

1 tsp lemon juice

⅓ cup sesame juice

½ cucumber, green bell pepper and zucchini


In a saucepan put water and rice and boil on a low flame. Cover it with a lid until water gets absorbed and then remove the rice from flame and allow to cool down.

Next mix red wine vinegar, salt, and sugar in a bowl to dissolve sugar. Then spread rice on a parchment paper and cool down the rice and then cover with a damp paper towel.

Then sprinkle avocado slices and lemon juice.

Now spread the sesame seed layer on a Sushi mat and then place about a half cup of cool rice on the sushi mat. Place ⅓ of bell pepper, cucumber, avocado slices and zucchini in the middle of the rice.

Now fold the bottom edge of the sushi mat and roll the sushi in a thick cylinder and then wrap the mat by gently squeezing to compact it tightly.

Sushi Restaurant

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